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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 8 November 1923

WINN8BORO WEEKLY NE tfS NOVEMBER 8. m* I I II fl I i 11 n I X .■ i :m lr lit s;f' bit 'ii; II ii I , WHAT I WOULD DO IF I WERE A RICH MAN'S WIFE who had stepped in with when it was most needed. Hid the average normal American girl. Because tne national char- I would participate in phi: n- Tstic of sympathy and dts.re to B> Claire Windsor Star oi "ilicn Men's Wives' their affairs or join them in I he ir gayeties. 5—I would spend at least nine months of the year in my patnv thropies designed to give he. I h help others is, I believe, the to crippled and under-noun-a -d most outstanding in our country cnildren, but 1 also would \ i h In my limited capacity I try to be active in the outings i <1 to do some of the things have,; care of the little ones. outlined here, but my resour-) My own children should . e- ff« are tiny in comparison with home which would l>e suburban. gin their education in the pui> those of licii nu n s \Mve t, Six weeks of the winter I sho- ijc schools,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 15 November 1923

r /> 7 lA/ y/^ v -NO. 8. Harmony club gjrm^Tciub met in ^asion Tuesday evening of Mrs. Sanford The lesson on the composers, Gounod, Seans and DeLisle, was vnth Mrs. R. N. Rob- . u leader. Piano and numbers from each corn- were given by Mesdames Wilfong, Jim Drummond jorjre Baber. lhe Club welcomed Mrs. Marcus (jack to her old place, hour of the meeting !n to choral practice on ngs to be used at the Show. INVITATION , l yies of the Standard rith greetings most hear- rite you to come to the hants Pageant" one of lower Show parties. And sights, of the advertis- chants all in a row, each representative costume ow. At the Carnegie the night of Nov. 21, lower Show. Remember remember the date, your tickets before its and be on time that ay see, the Merchants it. from A to Z. Gilmer Light Plant m Longview News. nsive purchases of elec- ht plants in this section e has been made by ;an Public Service ition, through the Long- nd Marshall offices or upany, and the purchas- i probably forerun...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 15 November 1923

" m : I f iP i i f f .fi m{ is .OvKlllER Specials Silver Leaf Clothing 1 lot $17.50 1 lot blue serge $22.50 Guaranteed. 1 big lot $11.50 V< irmsbor i bow A! prices m ool. Specials Clothingl 1 big lot of suits $16.50 ;*u Don't miss seeing these] bargains, BUY WHERE RICES ARE LOWEST Judge our ability to s: ve -<.o nft^ney byinve here is always sold to you at the Lowest Pn< Volume of Busines is Our a And These Prices Will Get It. Guaranteed Hosiery, Iron Clad, per pair . nihe -unci sal' is to be had in our stock. Merchandise Jfound ■pie trained to give you satisfactory Service. ri $ " • W 20c 5 BIG ECOMIZERS (ji nteed Overalls, Union Made $1.79. T3||Pants, co oy, 5.00, our sale price $2.48. 'jLees 12 mr> wo hirts $1.75. 1000 pairs dress shoes $495 We D° Not Sell Merchand *e at ( jst, B Hats, Caps, Shirts, Boots, Raincoats ind Wool dresses for less, prices . $7.95 You will buy one if you see them. "MORF FOR LESS" at a Mighty Small Margin erything at Lowest Prices. 3 lb Cotto...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 15 November 1923

AM MARTIN winnsboro weekly ii, ims. Fine Repairing, Clocks and Optical Goods. All Work Guaranteed. PERKINS BROS. COMPANY m,iH GRADE MERCHANDISE AT OUR CUSTOMARY ,SMALL MARGIN OF PROFIT Our Clothes Give You That WELL-DRESSED LOOK At a Minimum Cost ' m,ke * m™' """ " trUe' hUt tlMy *° « ^ that end, Of course every man want, to look hi. heat at the leaat poaaihle expense We or rather .t ,a our amb.t.on to give you that dreaay, diatia^look at a minimum cost. You will find at these pria minimum cost. You will find at these th m price irroupa, ttrna of atyliah. new FaliSuita in the moat desirable patterns featur- ing tan, prrey and brown mixed pattern*; also a great selection of popular Blue 8«v« Look them over, the quality and style is here at $24.50 $29.50 $34.50 Up Packard and Stacy r Adams Shoes arc Priced Very I>ow— You will be surprised at the low prices we are featuring these two fam- ous brands of shoes, brown, light tan and black, in fine quality kid <tnd calf—all the new l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 15 November 1923

ill I WINNSBORO WEEKLY N^WS NOVEMBER 15^1923. MIGHTY DRIVE TO INCREASE OUR|i BUSINESS 50 percent IN NOVEMBER Special Purchases Have Been Made. Wholesalers and Man- ufacturers Have Assisted Us in Giving Our Customers the Biggest Values We Have Ever Offered in Coats, Coat Suits, Dresses, Millinery, Furs and Hosiery. The Enterprise is being favored with business from ladies for 20 and 30 miles away] We receive special orders on ready-to-wear that is generally bought in the larger cities! only. They readily see a saving of twenty to forty per cent. i_One-half of all Velvet Fall Hats will be especially priced for this sale at Fifty perl centljoflv' 'This means that you buy a Five Dollar Hat for Two Fifty. One-half of all' Ready-to - W ear" will be priced Twenty-five per cent off. You buy a $20 Coat for $15. special'f$10 sale of Coats' and Dresses will be the feature of this November Drive. Fifty Coats and Dressesl willfbe found on our $jQ rack. Several hundred Suits, Dresses and Coats, S...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 15 November 1923

Lifes Uncertainty lyhat will become of you when you can no longer work L a living- and what will become of your loved ones Lou are taken ill or die? The only thing certain in life is its uncertainty. You I cannot all" this—you can provide against ti. A sav- (togs account at the First National Bank is one form L insurance that insures against all things. $1.00 Ltarts it. WINNSBORO WEEKLY NKwa NOVEMBER 15, 1923. FIRST NATIONAL BANK ! WINNSBORO TEXA8 B^erry nuistmaa" this frith a photograph. Then I holiday remembrance will personal one—a gift that Be else can duplicate. It ,.ve !i value all its own—no , how little it cost. Why , group photograph in the -or the children at play? jcialize in both home and h portraiture. Bring us [kodak work.—Boggs Stu- I and Mrs. V. T. Robinson (Miss Anna Kitts attended I Armistice celebration in Monday night. j Mesdames A. L. Wilfong, JSanford Newman and Morris Robertson were grand opera vis- itors in Dallas last week. it 130 printing Send It To Chas. l...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 15 November 1923

: wna aBtiS Wm D°.J our bens "board" winter without laying enough eggs to riay tne cost of their eed? Don't blame it all on the cold weather —proper feeding will produce eggs even in winter. If hens aren't getting a complete egg ration, they can't lay. Purina Poultry Chowa will make your hena lay more eggs when eggs are worth more. You can prove it on a money back guarantee. Start feeding Purina Hen Chow and Chicken Chowder now. For Sale in Checkerboard Bag* by Money Back r** PHONE 67 CAIN'S CASH STORE * i i 1 t i t i t t i r • '' '' r IN AJBIGiTENT THEATREfl wthnsboro- one night only [jbaturday, november 17 ^UTTSand JEFF IN PERSON A FOUR ACT COMEDY, WRITTEN TO LOUD, LONG, LINGERING LAUGHS. CLEAN, CLEVER, CLASSY. A DOLLAR SHOW AT 25c AND 50c. Not A Moving Picture .. >< ivy ivy iyv ivy lyiiYv KM ivy |v < ivy WlVv Ivy ivy iv/iVy ivy I vv *\ y w iw \ WINNSBORO FLOWER SHOW The flower ahow will be at the Carnegie Library November 21 and 22. Will open at 1 o'clock p. m., November...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 15 November 1923

~ T „ r W* 9 !.' !■ BB UshClean Stock Staple and Fancy Groceries ====At AU Tirr>f>g== iliveries Made Promptly and Efficiently. Stock of All New Staple Dry Goods PRICED TO SELL. Your Trade Always Appreciated gsiK]PROCTOR BROS. COMPANY THE 8T0RE THAT SELLS FOR LESS LOST—Between oil mill and John Anderson's on Pleasant Grove road, a door and lense from headlight of car. Finder please return to A. A. Petty or leave at News Office. plor, the Tailor tailoring you want, lW, W. Butler's. roggin-Drummond Lumber Co. Winnsboro, Texas ill Kinds of Lumber and Building Material in Fill Your Bill Complete Large Stock of Different Kinds Lumber Always on Hand se Us Before You Buy BAPTIST CHURCH NOTES Theo. A. Binford, Pastor. "Bless the Lrtrd, 0 my soul: and all that is within me, bless His holy name. Bless the Lord 0 my soul, and forget not all His benefits: Who forgiveth all thine iniquities; who healeth all thy diseases; who redeemeth thy life from destruction; who crowneth thee with loving...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 15 November 1923

WINNSBOMO WSKULY NEWS NOVEMBER 15, Ittl i ■ ■ ih mw 1 iff- I , 'I I I | m The Winnsboro Chamber of Commerce Gazette Vol.2 Winnsboro, Wood County Texas December i The Call of the Fall Brings to Winnsboro THE SECOND ANNUAL POULTRY SHO TUESDAY, DECEMBER 4th There will be no strings on the list of premiums given away. Any one with a pure bred strain of stock may] enter. Some of the many cash premiums to be given away are: $5.00 in gold to be given to the mother or father of the largest family that comes to Winnsboro that day. $5.00 in gold given to the prettiest boy baby 6 months to one year old. $5.00 in gold given to the prettiest girl baby 6 months to one year old. Wilcoxson Motor Co. will sell at auction one or more Fords at 3 p. m. Here is your chance to get a Ford at | your own price. The 60 mercantile||establishments in Winnsboro will feature special bargains that day so it will be your loss lif you fail to come to Winnsboro Tuesday, December the 4th. ■; ( Sf , 1 i, 11 V I - Rule...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 22 November 1923

r 7 1 at OSS libljon Ibbon \i xiv. NO. 9. -rm V ftr Wm ..: A >W£i hi i r> - "V Sir . . r I3w? i «?& WILLIAM RAINEY BENNETT. hMIN(J NOVEMBER 29th |\vm. Kainey Bennett, second nber of Lycemum courses, fivers his lecture on "The Man Jho Can." fvhe lecture is an awakener I shakes up the dry bones in L Valley of contentment. It KurHlly leads itself to rapid |re delivery, action and humor, is keen as a razor edge, full surprises,, and "Crowd hocks" which proverbially bocks 'em off their seats. Peo- lie who do not like lectures fall pi this kind of machine-gun silades. It is built up priniar- |y as a "pep" lecture and is fuil ginger germs. Consequent- it appeals to the ambitious Ian and woman in business and professional life. Preachers feel .boosts their work. Teachers |ke for their pupils to' hear it. rejuvenates the jaded house- gner. It appeals to the wo- rn of the audience for it gives proman hei due. This lecture in wt has been given before itie of the biggest sales organ- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 22 November 1923

WINNSBORO WEKh • Y v' ;OVEMBKR 22, 1923. r -:f >wj? .®? , 1 ■ i r 11; i { i' ■ii ■ imrsg s^^-isr=s=tssea S3==c: TkwVowwq&ar $295 F. O. B. DETROIT Ford utility, durability, andeconomy are embodied to the full in this new Ford Touring Car. In addition,it is up-to-the- minute in appearance. It is finished in an enduring black, rich and deep in lustre. A high radiator, enlarged hood, graceful cowl, slanting windshield and streamline body are pleasing details that en- hance its style. With this handsome ex- terior, it combines every mechanical feature essen- tial to open car utility. This car can bt obtained through the Ford Weekly Purchase Wan. CARS • TRUCKS • TRACTORS Wilcoxson Motor Co., Winnsboro, Tex. ■HS55 If in use CALUMET V cnrr«wTtii K 0 f Sales 'J'jii.mes as much as that of any other brand r-—< CALUMET Th Economy flANIIVfi POWDER the next time you bake —give it just one honest and fair trial. One test in your own kitchen will prove to you that there is a big differenc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 22 November 1923

winnsboro Weekly news November 22, 122s. can Stock Staple and Fancy Groceries ^ -=At All Timp^— - Deliveries Made Promptly and Efficiently. Stock of All New Staple Dry Goods PRICED TO SELL. Your Trade Always Appreciated PROCTOR BROS. COMPANY THE store that SELLS for less THE 8T0HE THAT SELLS FOR LESS Taylor, the Tailor litis tailoring you want, I me at W. W. Butler's. LOST—Between oil mill and John Anderson's on Pleasant ( iove road, a door and lense from headlight of car. Finder please return to A. A. Petty or leave at News Office. Scroggin-Drummond Lumber Co. Winnsboro, Texas All Kinds of Lumber and Building Material Can Fill Your Bill Complete Large Stock of Different Kinds Lumber Always ! on Hand • • A M See Us Before You Buy | V PECANS PROFITABLE. Austin, Texas, Nov. 19.—J. E. I'earce, professor of anthropol- ogy at the University of Texas, has been experimenting with pecan grafting for the last twelve years, lie started with the ordinary scrawny variety of pecans and grafted w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 22 November 1923

p ': i- ! ! I'; ' 1, . <•! ■ Ji.UUl WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS T KMHER 22, 1923. — 8 A Sale thai will add greatly to our volume in November, and clear our decks of quite a bit ol merchandise that we do not care interfere with our holiday lines. Read every One Dollar Sale i em very carefully and note their vaue. Of course, these best items will go last. If possible, we will try to add further tremendous values during- this sale. Each day we will give away ^ ONE DOLLAR BILL FHEE to the person who guesses the nearest number beneath the bill, (iuess is free. Come and try your luck. I. 5. 6. 7. 8. t . 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 1.1. 16. $2.50 electric hair curlers, for *1 00 (Juarunteed for one year. How is that! $2.00 electric stove and toasters $1.00 With complete attachment. Twelve ladies 15c handkerchiefs $1.00 Five 35c pure linen handkerchiefs $1.00 Twenty 71-2c and 10c ladies hand- kerchiefs, for $1.00 Two men's $1.00 knitted lies for $1.00 Indies $1.50 and $1.95 leather gloves' brown and b...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 22 November 1923

WfNNgBORQ WEEKLY NEWS' NOVEMBER H, 1*28. jfe's Uncertainty W1H of yoa when you can no longer work * ji, jT1. and what will become of your loved ones iare taken ill or die? "cn|y tliiiijr certain in life is its uncertainty. Y' u not alt®1" this—you can provide against ti. A sav- i account at the First National Bank is one form Insurance that insures sgainst all things. $l.fO Lrts it- The UUi l Ctl"f ^EI.L 0- CINCINN*T . __ inal touch that makes complete. in ulan-. { * y ..'i- holidays do not over- A ''W"h 1,1 «*«***. 10°k photograph -a group hav* ,'lrP,,,', ,"'n *+ *wrr<m portra parhaps of t..e famiiv n(l- " ** " «"'« Mw*w. rfer ,or of tl'• ■ ch Ifircri.! the w«r!& fbm jMl ( ''"d'tV v ork evei*y| in 10 feet in diameter htkT r? fo* high iinrt' it weigh* no.noo r«'c*>ri*. V\ hen it vva < !(iiii{ h numb*? nf years ago it* deep tone* window.' in ne.irhv htiil.firrpr. ur,4 gs Studio limmic McDaniel and 'trie i .jrhter of <: ir|„ (j „r> ' "u' Mrs. Louis C. Steven Mr s. s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 22 November 1923

WINNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS NOVEMBER M, 1923. ■ Specials Specials Specials Silver Leaf Clothing |J| ||i Clothing Clothing 1 lot $17.50 1 lot blue serge $22.50 1 big lot $14.50 Lowest prices in 1 big lot of suits $16. Guaranteed. Winnsboro. All wool Don't miss seeing these b BUY WHERE THE PRICES ARE LOWEST Judge our ability to save you money by investigating the values to be had in our stock. Merchandise founj here is always sold to you at the Lowest Prices and hy salespeople trained to give you satisfactory Service, Volume of Business is Our Aim And These Prices Will Get It. Guaranteed Hosiery, Iron Clad, per pair . . 20c 5 BIG ECOMIZERS Guaranteed Overalls, Union Made $1.79. pants corduroy, 5.00, our sale price $2.48. Lees 12 mo] work shirts $1.75. 1000 pairs dress shoes $4.9< N< h y lin MS; We D° Not Sell Merchandise at Cost, But at a Mighty Small Margin Hats, Caps, Shirts, Boots, Raincoats and Everything at Lowest Prices. Wool dresses for less, prices You will buy one if you see ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 22 November 1923

JTNNSBORO WEEKLY NEWS N 'MBER 22, 1923. M MARTIN, JEWELER Fit e Repairing, Clocks and Optica 1 ( oods. All Work Guaranteed. CKER& SONS Will Be Closed All Day jRSDAY, NOV. 29th Now is the time to supply yourself for Thanksgiving needs. We have the nicest line of— fancy groceries |in Winnsboro, and we will be glad to supply you. [phone 248 We Deliver ,CKER & SONS "INSTANT SERVICE" II Best has the blue I around the sack and I to satisfy or mon- d.—Campbell's Big ad want ads Say "Merry Christmas" with your photograph and let Hoggs make them for you. Wanted to buy 1,000 pounds of fresh butter at Louis Hill old stand.—Walter Cruce. ANNOUNCING ANNUAL BARGAIN DAYS Kg. WfllBHHti toiu ill ffl' Wil STAR-TELEGRAM of Radio WBAP From Now Until December 15th ON THE (IAR-TELEGRAM Worth's Only Texas Owned Newspaper MORNING EDITION A DESIRABLE CHRISTMAS GIFT Young folks, here is a Chris - ('"as present for you. Plac the matter squarely before you paients m the right way. Th< ..ill not refu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 22 November 1923

'WEEKLY NEWS NOVEMBER 22, 1923. 1 i if 3 S :i'« Km it — 1 rr,, >.H Si i'i tlftU fitIS FROM TlK &5T Cracn'-orea rienu METHODIST CHIRCH LIGGETT'S LITTLE BITS FUOM THE EAST is one of the newest and l*st assortments in the whole Liggett Line. This beautiful package con tains, for example, crisp roasted nuts, delicious figs, selected dates and other tempting con- fections—all combined with clear cane sugar, rich cream and the finest blended chocolate. With its oriental coloring and lettering, this gorgeous box is a' thing of rare beauty. A package which has been veil named "The Friend Maker" Soon the merry chimes Christmas bells will be heard j again in our land, and ever/' h nlet and village vvi.l have it* Uii'istma* tree to the great tie Hi;ut oi the uiuldren. IW ide* r Old Saint Nick, Kns* Kring- it, or Santa Claus may be a i>yth, but no (hild was ever • urfc by Iwlieving the stnrj, v. hile thousands upon thous md* h ve built t>p arour.i it a mos* l)eautiful and delightfu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 29 November 1923

XIV.—NO. 10. Jitky show L'U NEXT WEEK wrvtliinK I"'8 l,een arrang- lir'thc poultry show which I be held in Winnsboro, Tues- December 4th. A nice L premium list, toother p J^e prizes to l>e given lone or two merchants, will £ the contest interesting. Ithis section there are as fine Wv as can be found ii> Tex- hind next week's show will .. manv of them to the no- of the public. It costs no WINNSBORO, "Microbe of Love" a Musical Comedy With a Deft Plot COUNTY, TEXAS, NOVEMBER PREMIUMS AWARDED AT FLOWER SHOW Humor rare and refreshing 1 r> i .. . "r ;•" W Mftt « S]ian-' plants, $10 b?IW ,h«. * aries It 18 to be presented here Mrs- H. F. Campbell. U"?hr„ ••u'T'*". ? 2 Second b«t collection of Microbe of I^ove" which ' plants, electric iron by the bachelors of the town werel Winnsboro Ict' & Liffht Co. warned against last week, is ac-' Mrs* Sallie Daniels- tually here and ready for busi-l, 8; 1Jest 3 white plants, $5.00 ness, the inoculation will take' -- ndard C,u,)' place at...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 29 November 1923

; v H jw« I ' | I K' i 'T 1 V i i fill I I * 4 i . K mi v WINNSBOROWEEKLY NEWB NOVEMBER 29. 1923. Winoskoro Weekly News Homer R. Weir, Editor $1.26 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Enter*) u second-clasn mat* tor, September 24. 1900, at the poatomce at Winnsboro, Texas, ander the act of March 8, 1879. Advertising rates msde known on application. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY ~xlta < LITTLE ADS Milk Customers—Please put ou your empty milk boltles ever, day. Don't forget it.—Pen. Gorman. FOR -A1 second-hand organ at d bargain for cash or ~. C. good note.—J. C. Alvis, 4 miles west of Winnsboro. 11 FOR SALE—One nice half acre lot south of the George C. Hop- kins home $350. Also one acre lot east of John Coker's $150.- A. A. Lindsey. 10. fvrfY SACK OUAKWTfffe Why pay more flour when you can buy Beweley's Best Flour the highest grade all purpose flour at $1.65 per Back, backed by a money back guarantee. Campbell's Big Five FOR SALE—Or trade, one au tomohile for wagon and team.— A. A. Lindsey. 10 FOR SALE—My...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Winnsboro Weekly News — 29 November 1923

-\,1 loonfnli equals! nany other vis-lMs why] \UJMET fXZj BAKING POWOEM tes farther \sts longer WtNNSBOKO WKKKLT N1W MATTRESS FACTORY I will run the Winnsboro Mat- tress Factory for three weeks >r a month or longer. If your >eds need renovating, brin w t(! t MJ 8Hmc' wld aland tirat building west of the Winnsboro Service Station. V. N. Rutledge. The little red building east o Quick Fill Station is f0r reIll .■>ale or trade. See Otis Tav' it Proctor Bros. Store s WEST | ''HQ pt iestby tut N# titats a snatch at tof any other brand lead want ads Send It To Chas. Robinson Oeaning—Pressing Dyeing I am thoroughly e- quipt to take care of this class of work for you in a satisfactory manner. I can save you money on— SUITS & TROUSERS Nobody's Clothing Fits Like Ours Chas Robinson ANNOUNCING ANNUAL * u* I BARGAIN DAYS From Now Until December 15 th 8TAR.TELEGRAM Homo of Radio WBAP ON THE STAR-TELEGRAM |F°rt Worth's Only Texas Owned Newspaper MORNING EDITION krfct PPOrl CO "d Poult...

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